A hit and run accident can be one of the scariest things a person can ever experience. In a hit and run, the implicated driver collides with another car or objects and leaves the scene of the accident without identifying himself. No matter your level of injuries, we take your hit-and-run case seriously. Because we want the best possible result for you, we ask a series of important questions and follow through in a timely way. Many hit-and-run victims are in shock, so they’re unable to provide many details after an accident. This does not mean you have no case; it merely means your legal team will have to pursue different avenues to get you the compensation you need for medical costs and lost work income. There are many reasons why hit and run drivers flee the scene of an accident. Often, the other driver may panic or flee because he or she does not have automobile insurance, has a suspended license or traffic violations, or was under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Whatever the reason, leaving a car accident scene is a crime, and a hit and run driver who is found can face criminal charges, civil legal action, and other consequences.